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    Default CD 70 Choke Problem

    I own a CD 70 2006 Model and i am the 1st owner and till today my bike did only 12000km.
    The problem i am facing is that when i pull choke to On Position bike wont start and when i put it in Off Position bike starts normally.

    I want to say that the choke of my bike is not working.

    What can be the problem.

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    seems like your carburettor is tuned a bit rich. however you should only require choke when the engine is stone cold e.g. in the morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    seems like your carburettor is tuned a bit rich. however you should only require choke when the engine is stone cold e.g. in the morning.
    does turning air/fuel mixture anti clockwise makes it lean? and whats the best position?

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